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Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Hulk Goes Gray?, Pirate Bunnies, The Moon Princess, X-Files, Death Race 3000, Mike Fright, Comic Previews


Hulk Goes Gray?

"It's a new Hulk," Avi Arad told SCI FI Wire. He continued: "A new direction, new size, new color, new attitude. No, anything that was done before is not in this movie." Since the original comic book character started as gray and became green later, that would make sense, but right now he's not making that outright statement. "Uh, we'll see. I don't know. It's a very different kind of Hulk. It's more of a love story. It's a kind of Hulk we loved in the show [the popular 1978 TV series that starred Bill Bixby], so it's more influenced by the show than anything else. It's very human, very touching, and [a new direction]." "The Incredible Hulk" will be released in 2008.



Pirate Bunnies

Angry Alien Productions, famous for the "30 Second Bunnies Theaters" has a new offering for us. They have combined both the "Pirates of the Caribbean" films ("Curse of the Black Pearl" and "Dead Man's Chest") into "The 30-Second Bunnies Pirate Movie."



The Moon Princess

Variety reports that Gabor Csupo will direct the live-action family fantasy, "The Moon Princess." Based on the book "The Little White Horse," it is the story of a 13-year-old girl's who enters a magical world and must banish the ancient curse she encounters there. Colin Firth will play the girl's eccentric uncle, and shooting starts this summer.



X-Files

Frank Spotnitz has been talking for over a year about the possiblity of a sequel to the "X-Files" movie. Both David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson have indicated that they would love to return to the roles of Scully and Mulder. Now, on his blog, Spotnitz has written that a script for the movie is underway. He wrote: "The second 'X-Files' feature is finally in the works. A script is indeed in development, but I'm afraid that's all I can say." This is one of those projects for which I hope the best, but fear the worst.



Death Race 3000

The Hollywood Reporter says that Jason Statham has been cast in the remake of the Roger Corman cult classic "Death Race 2000." Paul W.S. Anderson will update the 30-year old script. Production begins later this year.




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Comic Previews
Comics Continuum has posted preview pages of
X-Men: First Class Special,



Elephantmen #9,


The Ride: Savannah,


Rocketo: Journey to the Hidden Sea, Vol. 2,


& The Walking Dead, Vol. 6









1 comment:

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